When Gareth Southgate named his Euro 2020 squad, it included four right-backs. That number was reduced to three when Trent Alexander-Arnold withdrew but when the forward Marcus Rashford came on in the 120th minute of the Euro 2020 final, it was to play right-back.
Or, more accurately, to crowbar another penalty taker into the team. So, too, his fellow substitute Jadon Sancho.
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